I KNOW that “communication” is uncountable. But why does it sometimes take a plural form with ‘s’?
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Vincent TeoI KNOW that “communication” is uncountable. But why does it sometimes take a plural form with ‘s’?

'Communication' is both a countable and uncountable noun.

Radio was the pilot's only means of communcation. (uncountable)

Modern commmuncations are unabling more people to work from home. (countable)
Vincent TeoI KNOW that “communication” is uncountable. But why does it sometimes take a plural form with ‘s’?

"Communications" is both a countable and uncountable noun.

Radio was the pilot's only means of communication. (countable)

Modern communications are enabling more people to work from home. (uncountable)

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